Oak Lawn Community On Edge After Deaths Of 2 Transgender Women, RobberiesThe Oak Lawn community is filled with growing concern after two deaths of transgender women and a string of robberies.
Official: Woman Missing At Lake Ray Hubbard After Going Into WaterOfficials with Texas Parks and Wildlife say they are searching for a 40-year-old woman who went into the water at Lake Ray Hubbard.
3-Year-Old Girl Drowns In Little Elm During Family GatheringA three-year-old girl drowned Saturday afternoon at Little Elm Park Beach during a family gathering, officials say.
Mother Arrested After Giving False Info That Led To Amber AlertA mother was arrested Saturday after giving police false information that led to an Amber Alert activation.
Dallas Family Says Emergency Siren Was Placed Too Close To HomeThe city of Dallas is now promising it will notify neighbors before placing an emergency warning siren near their homes -- a change in policy following a family’s complaints this week.
Grapevine Police Surprise Daughter Of Fallen Officer At GraduationGrapevine police surprised the daughter of one of their fallen officers at her high school graduation Friday evening.
Mesquite Teen Set To Graduate Honors Late Mom In TweetsA Mesquite high school girl’s tweet about graduating without her mom has touched Twitter user and is now viral.
Giant Observation Wheel Planned For Banks Of Trinity RiverA new landmark is going to be added to the Dallas skyline.
No Additional Charges Against Woman Who Made Up Story About Trooper Sex AssaultThe Ellis County District Attorney's Office announced Friday evening, Sherita Dixon-Cole will not be charged beyond her DWI arrest after she said she was sexually assaulted by a DPS trooper, when she was not.
Summer Housing Market Heating Up In North TexasHot and getting hotter. Yes, those words could describe the weather in North Texas -- but, they also apply to the housing market heading into summer.
Families Of Drowning Victims Share Advice Ahead Of Holiday WeekendTwenty-eight children have already died in drownings in Texas this year. The next three months, Memorial Day through Labor Day, are often when hospitals see the most victims.
VFWs, American Legions See Declines In MembershipsWhen American veterans returned home from wars past, the American Legion or Veterans of Foreign Wars was their first stop. In Plano, the VFW no longer has a home.